I love to display plants/flowers in my home and whenever I am not convinced enough natural light is present I will seek out faux plants. I have you covered for all your faux needs with the lovely @abigailahern. She has a vast collection of different plants that all look so real. For a closer look at her collection, head on down to her flower shop located towards the back of @heals_furniture in Tottenham Court Road. Loves these! Add a natural flair to your room with this gorgeous combination. 👌🏽
Ho immaginato il bagno che vorrei (se dovessi completamente rinnovarlo). Cosa ne è uscito? Una moodboard sui toni del rosa e del grigio con inserti in ottone✨e forme arrotondate. La mia selezione è nel blog ➡️link in bio!! • I tried to imagine my dream bathroom, pink+grey hues, brass and round shapes✨have a look to my selection on the blog ➡️link in bio!! #moodboard#bathinspo
Capital truth №1: If you want to gather all parts of your design concept, it is usually necessary to have 2 maximum 3 colors. That’s all. Classical choice is contrasting colors (located opposite each other on the color circle), but you can reduce their brightness or saturation or play on the nuances. Why do many people stubbornly combine in design incongruous and believe that "pink color is contrasted on any background"? Do you know what? It’s not 😂
Some time ago I did the design of the event "Fashion maker." There is nothing superfluous in the trailer graphic, but the whole trailer looks solid and even within a completely different composition and purpose like in newsletter (last image), you can see a single style. The Devil in Detail, like always.😉
A dining room scene from furniture brand @ariake_collection's first collection. Translated as 'morning moon' in Japanese, the brand is a collaboration between @legnatec_inc and @hiratachair and references Japan's spiritual culture through 30 minimalist pieces in its initial global collection.